This page lists all of publications—books, technical journals, and more—in which I have something origami-related published. Click on one of the categories to the right to see publications in just that category. See articles I've written just for this site here.

Describes the design of a flasher composed of thick panels and membrane hinges for deployable solar arrays and related applications.

A Mathematica file that accompanies the article is attached.

Edited by John Montroll.
Series: Dover Origami Papercraft
Paperback: 128 pages
Publisher: Dover Publications (July 17, 2013)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 048649960X
ISBN-13: 978-0486499604

Issue 10, May-June 2012.

Roger C. Alperin, Barry Hayes, and Robert J. Lang, "Folding the Hyperbolic Crane", The Mathematical Intelligencer, July 2012, Volume 34, Issue 2, pp 38-49. [PDF].

(2012) (with Meher McArthur) This is the exhibition catalog for the Folding Paper: the Infinite Possibilities of Origami traveling exhibition. Contains essays on the history of origami, my own thoughts on the two cultures of origami (pace C. P. Snow), and imagery of stunning origami from artists all over the world.

by John Montroll and Brian K. Webb
Paperback: 120 pages
Publisher: Dover Publications (September 15, 2011)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0486483622
ISBN-13: 978-0486483627

"The Mind-Bending Artistry of Robert J. Lang." See the article online here.

(2011) (with Patsy Wang-Iverson and Mark Yim) This collection of the latest academic research in origami and its connections to mathematics, science, technology, and education grew out of the 5th International Conference on Origami in Science, Mathematics, and Education, held in Singapore in 2010. It contains all-new work by the leading academic researchers from around the world whose work touches on origami, including three papers on which I am a co-author.

(2011) This new edition of Origami Design Secrets adds several diagrams for new models, 10 crease patterns for new designs, and new chapters on advanced box-pleating techniques, hex pleating, and polygon packing methods of origami design. ODS2e has 200 pages of new material not in the first edition, but I took out the chapter on mathematical algorithms, figuring most people would not be interested in big, hairy equations. If you are, not to worry: you can download that section.

(2011) (with John Montroll) This contains the other half of the models that were in Origami Sea Life, plus a handful of not previously published designs: from John, an Octopus and Parrotfish; from me, Hideko\'s Goldfish, Banded Angelfish, and Rock Lobster.

(2010) (with John Montroll) This contains about half of the models that were in Origami Sea Life, plus a handful of not previously published designs: from John, a Perch and Swordfish; from me, Tokinobu's Goldfish, Gourami, Ray, and Siamese Fighting Fish.